Built Tough, Designed Smart: Introducing Rapala’s New RapStack Tackle Trays

Minnetonka, MN – Store, organize, access – repeat. When you’re more organized, you have more time to catch more and  bigger fish. The key is putting your fingers on the right lure at the right time and knowing exactly where it is.

New Rapala RapStack Tackle Trays are designed for keeping your tackle protected and in perfect order with heavy-duty construction and smart design.

Suitable for hard baits, soft baits, terminal tackle, line, tools and other accessories, Rapala RapStack Trays offer a secure, quick-latch system for single-hand access. Re-writable labels (2 included) allow anglers to label their trays however they like – by different types of lures (saltwater or freshwater), different species (bass, walleye, trout), or different techniques (casting, trolling, jigging).

The stackable design of these trays allows them to be integrated for vertical storage. Rigid dividers secure tackle in place and  accommodate various-sized baits. Made of highly rigid, cold and heat resistant UV material, these trays will last for years and easily withstand transitions from the garage or basement to the boat to backpacks. Wherever you want to go, Rapala RapStack Tackle Trays are ready to go, too.

The RapStack Tray system includes five tray styles:

The RapStack 3600 is 11 inches x 7 inches x 1-3/4 inches and features a divider system. It
has a suggested retail price of US $11.99.

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The RapStack 3600 Open Foam 11 inches x 7 inches x 1-3/4 inches and has a slotted open
foam insert. It has a suggested retail price of US $11.99.

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The RapStack 3700 is 14 inches x 9 inches x 1-3/4 inches and features a divider system. It
has a suggested retail price of US $14.99.

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The RapStack 3700 Deep is 14 inches x 9 inches x 3-1/4 inches and features a deep divider
system. It has a suggested retail price of US $19.99.

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The RapStack 3700 Deep Open is 14 inches x 9 inches x 3-1/4 inches and features a wide-
open space to store those items that don’t neatly fit into a divider set-up. It has a suggested
retail price of US $19.99.

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About RapalaVMC

RapalaVMC was unofficially founded in 1936 when Lauri Rapala invented the Rapala fishing
lure. RapalaVMC has grown from humble beginnings to become a market leader in the fishing
tackle industry. The brand’s functionality and high quality are known by fishermen worldwide.
Rapala maintains strict standards of craftsmanship while delivering its fishing products to
anglers in more than 130 countries. Visit www.rapala.com.

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